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IDE's for the ARM processor on Linux

Hello everyone. I am running Debian on an ARM7 Device (aka my android phone). Everything is great. Works well.

I would love to use it for Development.
Mainly my interests are in Web Development, and Java development.

So far the only useful IDE for debian arm is Netbeans. Which is pretty neat to have. but I am curious if there are any others..

like I said, my interests are Java, and Web Development, so I would like to focus on those two categories, preferably.

So does anyone know of any IDE's in those categories that are Compiled for Arm processors or architecturally independent?

Id greatly appreciate any feedback on this topic.
Thank you all for your time.



OH, and I would really love to use IntelliJ IDEA, but I cant for the life of me, figure out whether it is architecturally independent or not.

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GRUB-FILE(1)						      General Commands Manual						      GRUB-FILE(1)

NAME
grub-file -- Check if FILE is of specified type. SYNOPSIS
grub-file (--is-i386-xen-pae-domu | --is-x86_64-xen-domu | --is-x86-xen-dom0 | --is-x86-multiboot | --is-x86-multiboot2 | --is-arm-linux | --is-arm64-linux | --is-ia64-linux | --is-mips-linux | --is-mipsel-linux | --is-sparc64-linux | --is-powerpc-linux | --is-x86-linux | --is-x86-linux32 | --is-x86-kfreebsd | --is-i386-kfreebsd | --is-x86_64-kfreebsd | --is-x86-knetbsd | --is-i386-knetbsd | --is-x86_64-knetbsd | --is-i386-efi | --is-x86_64-efi | --is-ia64-efi | --is-arm64-efi | --is-arm-efi | --is-hibernated-hiberfil | --is-x86_64-xnu | --is-i386-xnu | --is-xnu-hibr | --is-x86-bios-bootsector) FILE DESCRIPTION
grub-file is used to check if FILE is of a specified type. OPTIONS
--is-i386-xen-pae-domu Check if FILE can be booted as i386 PAE Xen unprivileged guest kernel --is-x86_64-xen-domu Check if FILE can be booted as x86_64 Xen unprivileged guest kernel --is-x86-xen-dom0 Check if FILE can be used as Xen x86 privileged guest kernel --is-x86-multiboot Check if FILE can be used as x86 multiboot kernel --is-x86-multiboot2 Check if FILE can be used as x86 multiboot2 kernel --is-arm-linux Check if FILE is ARM Linux --is-arm64-linux Check if FILE is ARM64 Linux --is-ia64-linux Check if FILE is IA64 Linux --is-mips-linux Check if FILE is MIPS Linux --is-mipsel-linux Check if FILE is MIPSEL Linux --is-sparc64-linux Check if FILE is SPARC64 Linux --is-powerpc-linux Check if FILE is POWERPC Linux --is-x86-linux Check if FILE is x86 Linux --is-x86-linux32 Check if FILE is x86 Linux supporting 32-bit protocol --is-x86-kfreebsd Check if FILE is x86 kFreeBSD --is-i386-kfreebsd Check if FILE is i386 kFreeBSD --is-x86_64-kfreebsd Check if FILE is x86_64 kFreeBSD --is-x86-knetbsd Check if FILE is x86 kNetBSD --is-i386-knetbsd Check if FILE is i386 kNetBSD --is-x86_64-knetbsd Check if FILE is x86_64 kNetBSD --is-i386-efi Check if FILE is i386 EFI file --is-x86_64-efi Check if FILE is x86_64 EFI file --is-ia64-efi Check if FILE is IA64 EFI file --is-arm64-efi Check if FILE is ARM64 EFI file --is-arm-efi Check if FILE is ARM EFI file --is-hibernated-hiberfil Check if FILE is hiberfil.sys in hibernated state --is-x86_64-xnu Check if FILE is x86_64 XNU (Mac OS X kernel) --is-i386-xnu Check if FILE is i386 XNU (Mac OS X kernel) --is-xnu-hibr Check if FILE is XNU (Mac OS X kernel) hibernated image --is-x86-bios-bootsector Check if FILE is BIOS bootsector SEE ALSO
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